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Border Country Sports-October 25th

Good Morning! With the Border Country Sports Report, I'm Keith Harrington.

Fort Ann Advances in Class D

The Fort Ann girls soccer team may have gotten off to a slow start to the season, but they are rolling at the right time of the year. The Cardinals scored early and often as the defeated Germantown 5-0 in the Section II Class D semifinals.

Fort Ann scored all of the goals they needed in the first half. As a mater of fact, they scored the only goal they ended up needing in the 14th minute when Angel Aratare scored to stake the Cardinals out to a 1-0 advantage.

A pair of goals by Paige Trzaskos would extend the Fort Ann lead to 3-0 and the contest was all but decided. Both Trzaskos goals came within a three minute span.

Brooke Wright and Madison Freebern also hit the back of the net in the first half for the Cardinals.

Baylee Wright recorded the shutout in goal with three saves for Fort Ann. It was the eighth save of the season for Wright and the Cardinal defense.

Fort Ann will now return to the Class D championship game against #2 Northville Thursday evening at Stillwater at 6 p.m. The Cardinals lost to OESJ in last year's title game.

Fort Ann is now 10-4-2 on the season.


Salem Falls in Class D Semis

The Salem girls soccer team saw their playoff run come to an end as they were blanked by #2 Northville 6-0 in the Class D semifinals.

Leah Vlaovic and Kaelin Thompson scored two goals each for the Falcons.

Ryann Morgan and Clara Thompson also scored for Northville.

Salem goalie Isabella Garrison was busy, collecting 15 saves for Salem.

Salem ends the season 6-9.


Vermont Soccer Playoffs Begin Today and Tomorrow

The quest for a Vermont state soccer championship begins today and tomorrow as first round games take place in girls and boys play.

One of the most interesting brackets comes from girls Division IV where several local teams will be in contention.

Proctor is the #2 seed and will meet #15 Cabot today at home. The Phantoms are the three-time defending champions.

#5 MSJ will host a familiar foe in #12 Long Trail. #7 West Rutland is home for #10 Rivendell and #9 Poultney travels to #8 Danville.

Tomorrow #6 Arlington,the hottest team in the state right now, hosts #11 Hazen.

In Division III Fair Haven enters the playoffs as the heavy favorite. The Slaters who only lost to Division I Rutland earned an opening round bye and will meet the winner of #8 Peoples and #9 Paine Mountain.

In Division II Otter Valley is the #10 seed and visits #7 Milton this afternoon.

Rutland is seeded fifth in Division I and hosts #12 Brattleboro today in their opener.

In boys Division IV Arlington is the #3 and begins play tomorrow against #14 West Rutland at home.

Proctor is seeded 11th and will meet #6 Grace Christian on the road in Bennington on Wednesday.

In Division III Fair Haven is the #12 seed and will go on the road to tangle with #5 Woodstock.

Otter Valley is the 10th seed in Division II and will play at #7 Mount Abraham tomorrow.

Rutland is ranked #8 in Division I and wiil play at #8 Burr and Burton tomorrow.


With the Border Country Sports Report I'm Keith Harrington.

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